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  • Up the River (1930) - IMDb

    When paroled trustee Steve and former inmate Judy who try to put their criminal lives behind them are blackmailed, two career criminals come to their rescue.

  • Up the River - Wikipedia

    Up the River (1930) is an American pre-Code comedy film about escaped convicts, directed by John Ford and starring Spencer Tracy and Humphrey Bogart in their feature ...

  • Up the river - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    up the river Sl. in prison. (Underworld.) Gary was up the river for a couple of years, but that doesn't make him an outcast, does it? The judge who sent him up the ...

  • Where Did The Saying “Up The River” Come From?

    The New York origins of the term "up the river." As most people know "up the river" refers to going to prison. So where did the saying come from?

  • Up the River (2015) - IMDb

    Directed by Ben Greenblatt. With Lindsay Burdge, Will Brill, Adam David Thompson, Nathalie Love. Away from the city for the weekend, Rebecca must choose between her ...

  • Up The River | A Journal of Poetry, Art & Photography

    Up The River is a journal of poetry, art & photography by Albany Poets Press celebrating the best in the arts from around the world.

  • Up The River - Home | Facebook

    Up The River. 277 likes. This is the newest venture from Albany Poets to showcase original poetry, art and photography from around the world. We are a...

  • Up the River (1930) - Rotten Tomatoes

    The one-time-only combination of director John Ford and actors Spencer Tracy (in his first film) and Humphrey Bogart (in his second) should be recommendation enough ...

  • Up The River - Home | Facebook

    Up The River, Midland, Michigan. 393 likes. 21 issue limited series.

  • Sing Sing - Wikipedia

    Sing Sing Correctional Facility is a ... The expression "up the river" to describe someone in prison or heading to prison derives from the practice of ...

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